Kurt Andersen

Writer; Host and Co-Creator, "Studio 360," PRI and WNYC

Kurt Andersen is the author of three novels, including True Believers and the best-sellers Heyday and Turn of the Century. His nonfiction books include Reset, The Real Thing, and the forthcoming Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. He has written for television and the theater, is host and co-creator of the award-winning public radio program “Studio 360,” and regularly contributes to The New York Times and Vanity Fair. Previously, he was a columnist for The New Yorker and TIME, editor in chief and a columnist at New York, andco-founded and edited Spy magazine. He sits on the boards of Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and Pratt Institute. 

Videos/Audio of Kurt Andersen

“In True Believers, Kurt Andersen—the New York Times best-selling and critically acclaimed author of Heyday and Turn of... See more
PRI's Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen records live from Aspen an arts-and-culture program featuring songs, performance... See more
PBS anchor Jim Lehrer, cultural critic Kurt Andersen, Yale Law professor Stephen Carter, and former UN official Shashi... See more
Kurt Andersen of PRI's Studio 360 presents a records a radio broadcast from the Aspen Ideas Festival. The show hosted... See more
PRI's Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen recorded show features Rosanne Cash and her husband, guitarist John Leventhal. They... See more